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FirstWorks, a Rhode Island non-profit dedicated to building community through world-class arts, will present global pop star Angélique Kidjo at The VETS on Saturday, … more
DJing is a special skill that can often go overlooked. A sonic awareness is needed to figure out which songs have a good transition between one another, and a good taste in music is also key. Since 2014, Providence resident Abby Duren has more
By DON FOWLER Emily Diggle, a senior at Warwick's Pilgrim High School, sat with 35 other members of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Symphony Orchestra in the Vets Auditorium Green Room eating pizza and cookies. The talented students had just finished more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Director Jeff Church, known for his innovative approach to theatre, has taken Christopher Marlowe's provocative historical play about the 14th century gay king and substituted female actors for male roles. And it works! There more
By DON FOWLER Dave Fullerton considers himself, first and foremost, a brew master. He has been brewing coffee since September when he moved into the space at 204 South Main St., Providence, formerly occupied by Cable Car Cinema. Dave offers a full range more
First Works has scheduled four internationally known arts groups for its 2020 winter/spring series. The first came from right here in Rhode Island, as Aurea presented “Of Nature Composed” … more
Providence indie-pop act Crowded Rooms has a sound that can only be described as cinematic. It comes from a mutual appreciation that pianist Michael Higgs and multi-instrumentalist Richard Farrands - both from Cranston - have for film more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER 20% Diversity! That is the goal of Hillcrest Admissions Director Sherri Rosen-Mason, who at the same time is pushing her own white, privileged, connected, middle class son to get into Yale. That is the scene of this provocative, more
Bramwell Tovey returns to the podium to lead the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra in a program that will inspire and uplift. The RI Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the beloved music of Mozart with a world class soloist and, for the first time ever more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Wind Ensembles will perform at Rhode Island College's Sapinsley Hall on Sunday January 26 at 3 p.m. Led by David Neves, Ed.D. and John Knasas, the ensembles consist of top student musicians hailing from various more
Theatre Review By DON FOWLER David Greig's "e;The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart"e; takes place in a pub and bed and breakfast on the Scotland/England border. It deals with life and death, is filled with clever rhyming couplets, but it is neither more
Pizza and beer is a classic adult treat. You can find this combination at frat houses, bachelor apartments and late-night get-togethers all over the country. In Rhode Island, both pizza and beer are a big part of the local culture. Each more
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